Saturday, May 31, 2008

Patterson for Rep turns in clean donations (D-LD29)

Daniel Patterson: leader, family man, ecologist
(Wall Street Journal image)

TUCSON -- This week, the Secretary of State accepted clean elections donations collected by the Daniel Patterson for Arizona House campaign.

I'm in to win in on Tucson's south and southeast sides in LD29 -- to solve problems, help people and build bridges for change.

I appreciate the strong support from voters, and ask for your vote in the primary July 31-Sept 2. We also welcome volunteers to help on our positive campaign for the common good.

I'm running to help education, the economy, health care, the environment and other concerns because I love Tucson, and I'm optimistic about Arizona's future with new leaders in the State House.

I have a proven track record of positive public service in Tucson and LD29.

"Daniel Patterson has leadership experience and a true commitment on issues that concern all of us. It is seldom that we are so fortunate to have such a strong candidate as Daniel," says Patterson campaign Hon. Chair Elaine Richardson, retired Arizona Senator and Gov. Napolitano cabinet member. "Daniel is an intelligent, hard-working man. He will bring positive values to the Legislature and serve his constituents and the State of Arizona well. Daniel Patterson will help change the tone at the State Capitol. He will serve the public interest, not special interests."

"…I can attest to the fact that Daniel is a strong and resounding voice for all of us who live here. Daniel cares about children and the future issues they may face," says Mary C. Rogers, TUSD teacher and LD29 voter.

We have money in the bank, and will be fully funded for the primary as soon as the required clean elections verification process is completed.

Earlier this month, our nominating petitions were accepted to put Patterson on the ballot.

I'm confident about this race, and will continue to campaign hard. I thank all our supporters.

Democrats and Independents: VOTE PATTERSON in the primary July 31-Sept 2. Thank you!

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